Indecision was rampant in the Battambang commune of Tapon this morning, when a man who had initially made a 'concrete decision' about something, subsequently changed his mind.
The man, Moys Kenwood, 54, a teacher at a school in the city, had thought 'long and hard' about whether or not he was going to give his students tests on Tuesday morning, tests he had spent all day Sunday, and much of Monday creating. Eventually, the Englishman opted to make his charges sit the tests, and went to bed, satisfied he had made the right choice.
On waking at 5:15 this morning, however, niggling doubts had started to appear in his mind, and, by the time he'd had a cold shower, those doubts had morphed into 'serious rifts of uncertainty' in his psyche. The awkwardness over whether or not he'd made the best initial selection of the two that existed, came to a head during a breakfast of Corn Flakes and milk, a slice of wholemeal toast with thick-cut marmalade, and a proper brew of Yorkshire Tea, and his resolve finally cracked.
He decided to wait until Wednesday to administer the tests, sure it was for the best.